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Monday, 26th June 2017
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Friends of Folk - New Venue

Preston MinsterLong time folk promoter has a new venue for its Autumn season.  Gigs will take place at Preston Minster, an excellent buidling excellent, full of atmosphere and history, plus a great location and a friendly welcome. Details of the four autumn/winter gigs are below.

Thursday 8 September Burgess, Nicol & Kemp - 14.50
Thursday 20 October Ashley Hutchings & Becky Mills - From Psychedelia to Sonnets - 14.50
Thursday 24 November The Gren Bartley duo - 13.00
Thursday 15 December Brian McNeill - 14.00

All gigs at Preston Minster, Church Street, Preston, PR1 3BT
Tickets are available by either sending a cheque payable to Friends of Folk (please add 55p for postage) to 56 Victoria Park Avenue, Leyland, PR25 1UG or at the on-line shop at www.fofshop.org.uk.

Furness Tradition

This year's Furness Tradition runs from 8th to 10th July in Ulverston Town Centre.  Originally formed in 1997/8 to put on a Festival, Furness Tradition is run entirely by volunteers who aim to promote awareness of, and participation in the folk music traditions of Cumbria.

This years event features Ross Couper and Tom Oakes, Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson, Siobhan Miller and Striding Edge amongst many others.  More details at the link below.

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Furness Tradition








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